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- The first epic battle between Mario and Bowser
- Tons of classic puzzles
- Goomba-stomping at its finest
- Two players can alternate with a single Game Pak or via Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable
- Famous jumps of the mid-1980s: Carl Lewis's long jump in the 1984 Summer Olympics, 1984's "Jump" by Van Halen and Mario jumping on top of flag poles, pipes and everything else he could get his feet on in 1985. Which one is still jumping? Mario, of course, thanks in part to the re-release of the title that made him a household name. Relive the mushroom-eating, Koopa-stomping action in Super Mario Bros., part of the NES Classics series for the Game Boy Advance.
Who will ever forget the first time they found a warp pipe or cleared the game? Sometimes the memory fades and the trigger finger gets slower as you become an old-timer. So beating the game again could pose a challenge. Surely after a half hour with the game, it will all come back to you. And if you weren't even around when Super Mario Bros. first wowed the gaming world, you owe it to yourself to check out some of the greatest gameplay ever.
Not to be left out, Luigi does his share of brick bustin' and pipe crawlin'. Two players can alternate play with a single Game Pak or with GBAs linked by a Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable. You'll still have to wait a long time if the person you play with is as good at jumping on the Koopas as you are at jumping into them.
Save your high score and then go for more. The rebirth of Mario is a comeback worth playing.
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